36,500 people visited the GTPAC web site in calendar year 2013, viewing individual pages 109,000 times.
An analysis shows that the following were the dozen most-read articles and resources of 2013. Each headline is hyperlinked to the story:
- What is a Capabilities Statement and why should I have one?
- It’s a mistake to rush into the SAM vendor registration process
- What is a “Sources Sought”? Here’s the answer!
- The 2 most important parts of a gov’t solicitation — and why you should pay attention to them
- How to manage a Federal contract during the Government shutdown
- Who’s winning federal contracts in Georgia?
- What’s an “elevator speech”? And why you need one!
- Procurement Opportunities Guide now available at no cost
- New guidebook reveals how government and industry select small businesses
- 7 apps for government contractors
- Small Business Specialists and how they can help you
- Subcontracting could be your starting point into the government market
And what topics did visitors to GTPAC’s web site search for most in 2013? Below is a list of the top dozen and, again, each is hyperlinked:
- iSearch (GTPAC’s powerful government contracting opportunities search engine)
- GSA Schedule Resources
- Bid Proposal
- Minority Owned Business
- Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB)
- Small Business
- Request for Proposal (RFP)
- System for Award Management (SAM)
- Davis-Bacon Act
- Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
- NAICS Codes
Be sure to visit the GTPAC web site regularly for all the latest news and information about doing business with the government!